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Tower of God 2nd Season Anime's Promo Video Previews NiziU's Opening Theme

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
NiziU performs both opening, ending themes for season debuting on July 7

Crunchyroll began streaming a new trailer on Saturday for the Tower of God anime's second season. The video previews NiziU's opening theme song "Rise Up."

The new season will debut on July 7. Crunchyroll will stream the anime in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS territories.

The cast members for the season include:

In addition, Saori Hayami returns as Rachel.

Kazuyoshi Takeuchi (Armored Trooper Votoms: Alone Again) is serving as chief director for the new season, and Akira Suzuki is replacing Takashi Sano as the director at The Answer Studio Co., Ltd. instead of Telecom Animation Film. Erika Yoshida (Bocchi the Rock!) is back in charge of the series scripts, and is also co-writing the scripts with added writers Takeshi Miyamoto and Riuji Yoshizaki. Miho Tanino is returning from the first season to design the characters, this time with Seigo Kitazawa (City Hunter The Movie: Angel Dust) and Isamitsu Kashima. Kitazawa is also the chief animation director. Kevin Penkin is returning to compose the music.

NiziU performs the season's opening theme song "Rise Up" and the ending theme song "Believe."

The first season debuted on Crunchyroll on April 2020, and premiered in Japan on the same day. That season had 13 episodes. The Crunchyroll and WEBTOON production is part of the Crunchyroll Originals slate.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

Reach the top, and everything will be yours. At the top of the tower exists everything in this world, and all of it can be yours. You can become a god. This is the story of the beginning and the end of Rachel, the girl who climbed the tower so she could see the stars, and Bam, the boy who needed nothing but her.

SIU launched the manhwa on NAVER WEBTOON in 2010, then launched the digital comic on WEBTOON in English in July 2014.

Sources: Crunchyroll's YouTube channel, Comic Natalie

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